How Do You Live?, the final film directed by Hayao Miyazaki, is a testament to Studio Ghibli’s status as one of the most outstanding anime animation studios of all time. When it comes to Princess Mononoke, there are so many movies to pick from that a new jewellery line is sure to help bring back some beloved classic animals, characters, and objects in an innovative new way.
Twenty-five years have passed since the debut of Princess Mononoke, which tells the tale of a world torn apart by the conflict between forest deities and the industrialization brought about by humankind. Both Ashitaka and San, a human, reared by the forest’s wolf gods but who appears more animal than human, are caught in the centre of Ashitaka’s quest to cure himself of a curse. I doubt that Princess Mononoke will ever have a sequel, but it illustrates Ghibli’s stories’ durability when they resurface in unique ways decades after they were released.
To get a better understanding of the Studio Ghibli accessories currently accessible to anime lovers, the image below shows earrings, rings, necklaces, and other trinkets to reflect the magical world that is part of the Princess Mononoke jewellery collection now available through the specialized shop Donguri Kyowakoku:
In addition to making anime films, Studio Ghibli is also launching an amusement park featuring rides that will bring some of the studio’s most iconic worlds to life for the first time. There have been a few cases in the past where anime attractions have crossed over from the East to the West before they are scheduled to open in November, but this park has been exclusively marketed as being in Japan.